Walk The Line Recovery Therapy
Walk The Line is your leading authority in rehabilitation and recovery. Our innovative therapy team creates the most effective treatment options for your unique situation. We have a highly skilled team of Physical Therapists, Physical Therapy Assistants, Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapy Assistants, and Athletic Trainers available to assist you in developing long-term functional improvement using hands-on treatment and education.
At Walk The Line we believe that Recovery is possible. We understand that recovery means something different for each individual and that it may even change over time. We are here to support you wherever you are in your journey to recovery and will create a customized plan that helps you to meet your goals now and in the future.
EXPERTS IN CARE
Our staff are experts and have the following additional training:
L.S.V.T.-Big and Loud Certification for Parkinson’s Care
C.B.I.S. – Certification for Traumatic Brain Injury Care
S.C.S-Strength and Conditioning Specialist Certification
Dry Needling – Certification for Pain Relief
University Clinical Therapy Instructors
PWR! Moves Certified Therapist
Multiple Sclerosis Certified Trainer
The Walk The Line Difference
We understand that finding the right place to continue your journey to recovery can be difficult. After searching without success, our Founder Erica established Walk The Line to be the recovery program she had been looking for. Starting with a neuro-based recovery program, we continued the same approach to therapy with orthopedic physical therapy and occupational therapy. Our goal has always been to help our clients achieve their goals for recovery through hard work, innovation, and creativity. We believe you create your own destiny, creating opportunities where others see misfortune.
We will guide you in two areas of therapy:
- Rehabilitative techniques that teach you a new way of performing daily tasks according to your limitations
- Recovery techniques empower you to regain your physical abilities after an injury, surgery, or a debilitating condition. Our recovery process involves a performance-based process or a results-based process.
Orthopedic Physical Therapy
Walk The Line Orthopedic Physical Therapy serves individuals with injuries to the bone, muscle, ligaments, and connective tissues. We can address balance, strength, and functional improvements needed as a result of injuries or deficiencies.
Orthopedic Physical Therapy
Conditions Orthopedic Physical Therapy helps:
- Joint replacement surgeries
- Post Operative ACL and Meniscus Repairs
- Low Back Pain and Post-Surgical Pain
- Ankle & foot sprains and fractures
- Neck and Shoulder Pain/Strain
- Shoulder dislocation
- Tennis elbow
- Plantar fasciitis
- Rotator cuff tear
- Work Injuries
- Performing Arts Injuries such as Dance Sprain/Strain
Our Neuro Physical Therapy program is an activity-based program with a well-defined treatment protocol designed to facilitate recovery of function following neurological injury. We utilize innovation and creativity in applying the Principles of Neuroplasticity with recovery programs designed to promote plasticity and re-establish functional mobility, using tools such as the Surface EMG and Virtual Reality via motion sensor gaming.
Conditions Neuro-Physical Therapy helps:
- Brain injuries
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Spinal Cord
- Impaired movement or balance
Occupational Therapy works with clients of all ages who are recovering from an injury, are in pain, or are experiencing cognitive or physical changes due to health issues. Occupational Therapy focuses on your activities of daily living. Whether it is a change in joint motion, vision, headache, cognitive restrictions, your therapist will work with you using the latest techniques and activities that aid with gross/fine motor skills and cognitive functioning, along with state-of-the-art equipment to address vision and reaction time. Your therapist will assess how you are doing certain tasks and help you develop the skills necessary to make tasks easier or less painful to perform.
Occupational Therapy, Speech & Language
Conditions Occupational Therapy helps:
- Arthritis and chronic pain
- Brain injury
- Joint replacement
- Spinal cord injury
- Low vision
- Multiple sclerosis
- Cerebral palsy
“I would like to say thank you to a wonderful group of trainers and physical therapist for everything you all have done for me since I have been coming to WTL. You guys and ladies are very supportive and encouraging all of the time, you have given me constant motivation and support through my journey to walking better in the pacer or whatever I’m doing in my session. Thank you for being so knowledgeable and always knowing the answers to my questions whether it’s about walking, joint movement or keeping my trunk straight. I’m just so grateful for all your support and dedication in getting me through my physical therapy. You guys and gals are awesome. Thank you”
“Happiness, hope, humor, making not so great days into great days…You, dear trainers, much more than that. You bring out the best in all your clients. I see new clients coming in serious laughing and joking now. You are a five star problem-solving team and one that makes encouragement a natural part of your activity. You are the best of friends and make those not so great days greater. You are the greatest. You are everyday heroes and are truly proud to be Walk The Line trainers.”
“During my time at WTL, I have found the staff to be of the highest level of quality. Leading up to, and since my spinal cord operation, I have had physical therapy from four different providers. I have experienced the best results since I started at WTL. I am confident that a good part of my improvement is a result of the WTL philosophy that individuals can improve over time with continued aggressive therapy. Another critical factor in my improvement is the quality of the staff that has worked with me. The team approach of physical therapists, physical therapist assistants and athletic trainers creates an environment that has given me the greatest opportunity for improvement.”
“Before I came to Walk The Line 2 years ago I was looking for a place to go for PT after being kicked out of the last place because all they had time for is strachan but then I came in for a visit here I knew I had found something special. 3 hour long seasons that mean I get to use my legs for 3 hours. Days turn to weeks then mounts what I found was another home even with a mother (Debbie). I have learned so much from all of you, not only things like how to use my abs to us my hips but in life as well. I can do things now that people take for granted like get myself into bed. It just makes me feel so good to do the little things. When I stood up all by myself in the bars it made me feel so happy and proud to believe in something for 5 years to dream it, but then to do it. Wow my life has been impacted so much by all of you I wish a thank you could explain it but it doesn’t so I’m grateful for the opportunity you have given me and never lose faith in me. You are making dreams come true.”
“I have been taking SCI clients to rehab therapy for more than 20 years and have been to several rehab centers. Of all the rehab centers I have been one stands above all the rest. Walk The Line to SCI Recovery. It is an intensive positive approach to rehabilitation utilizing both physical therapy and personal trainers.”
For Case Managers
Our effective recovery program offers customized sessions based on your clients’ individual needs. We welcome clients that are newly discharged from an in-patient program, have been in another outpatient program, or those who feel they are no longer progressing in their recovery and haven’t been actively involved in a recovery program.
We offer many services to our Case Managers
- Prescription Requests
- Progress Notes
- DME Appointments
- Team Meetings
- Attendance Tracking
- Attendance Cancellation Notification
Start My Path
At Walk The Line we believe in the importance of working together, side by side with our clients, so they may not only identify but ACHIEVE their goals for recovery. We believe that recovery should be more than therapy sessions. Recovery should include a wellness-oriented environment that embraces knowledge, empowerment, health, and social support systems.
There is an inviting and invigorating energy that is felt when you enter Walk The Line. The spirit of our community is found in monthly survivor peer groups, in the Community Events program, and in casual information sharing, joking around, and encouragement. WTL clients find themselves confident, social, and active in the community. Nothing makes us happier than seeing our clients living to the fullest!
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Walk The Line Community
Walk The Line empowers our clients to take charge of their own recovery through support from the staff and hard work. When our clients achieve physical recovery they also find themselves more confident, more social, and more active in the community. Being an advocate for our clients to achieve their goals for recovery through hard work, innovation, and creativity is one of our top priorities.